North Hunterdon High School - Regis Yearbook (Annandale, NJ)
- Class of 1954
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The graduating class of 54 selected for its yearbook theme The Wizard
of Oz The silhouette of Dorothy stands for the entire senior class The yellow
brick road 1S symbolic of our work from freshman to senior year and the
Emerald City represents the world we will enter when we have the necessary
adult abilities to gain success
The many happy hard working and friendly times of high school are
not soon forgotten High school years are very important because everyone
is striving toward his goal-graduation We feel that the seniors will use
well the knowledge gained at Regional and will have the integrity and
determination to establish themselves in the world. We have tried to take
full advantage of the opportunities offered here and hope that each succeed-
ing class will also use them to benefit themselves and their school.
We wish to express our most sincere appreciation to the faculty for their
assistance in the editing of this yearbook and for allowing us to assume the
responsibility of exercising our ideas. Each class that graduates should realize
that it should be their aim always to do something for the betterment of their
community state and country.
We. the class of 1954, are indebted to our senior advisers who
have guided usand assisted us to their very utmost. They have
willingly and cooperatively given of their time in directing us to
spend ours more wisely.
Mr. Speirs has generously given unlimited amounts of time in
the strenuous effort of getting out our Regis. He has thoughtfully and
seriously plunged into the task of preparing some of us tor college-
others to face the outside world.
Mrs. Rittenhouse has whole-heartedly divided her time among
each and every one of us to see to it that we are on the right road
to success and happiness. Her concern for our futures has been equal
to that of our own and of those people who are involved in our
pattern of life.
Mrs. Darby and Mr. Callan will always have a place in our
minds because of all the hard work and ideas they have donated to
make our class projects successful, They have shown complete interest
in all our undertakings and have always sympathiied with our
worries and problems.
Miss Sliker's assistance in typing and mimeographing programs and
announcements tor our big events has always been appreciated.
L. to R.: Miss C. Sliker. Mr.
R. Cullen. Mn. H. Ritten-
house, Mr. T. Speirs. Mrs.
DR. G. CLIFFORD SINGLEY
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My congratulations to all ol you
upon your recent accomplishment. For
the past four years you have lived and
reacted in a world which is only indica-
tive ol the realistic world which you
are about to enter. Like Dorothy, you
have been confused and, at times,
afraid. You have had, like Dorothy, an
unusual experience not open to all
young people throughout the world.
Like Dorothy, you have been com-
manded and moulded in your actions,
but, unlike Dorothy, you have been
given the opportunity to think freely,
to make your own decisions, and to
form the beginning of a pattern for your
life. To live these four years in a schol-
arly "Oz" has been an invaluable
Now the time has come for you to
move on, away from the Emerald City
of protected life and into a new realm,
the real world of real people, more
precious than any city constructed of
gems. How well you apply the knowl-
edge and ability to think gained in
the academic enchanted world will
determine whether you become a
cowardly lion, a man of straw, a tin
man, or a worthwhile person vital to
a progressive world. Realize and utilize
those things you have gained during
your years in our academic "Oz" but
also recognize that "Oz" is only a
limited dream world. You are men and
women now, not Dorothys skipping
down a crooked road which leads only
to momentary pleasures.
My sincere best wishes to all of you.
L to R.: Dr. G. Clifford Singley, Dr. Iames A. Frazee, George B. Melick. Robert M. Dunn.
Albert M. Reading. Frank C. Dalrymple, Harrv M. Seals, Richard A. Schultz, Anna H.
Stevenson, William H. Kinney, Wilbur K. Lance, Floyd R. Hoffman.
As guardians oi the Emerald City of Knowl-
edge, we, the members of the Board of
Education, have been entrusted with a task
of highest importance. To many of you stu-
dents, the Board members have been un-
known and just shadowy figures along the
edge of the yellow brick road. We sincerely
hope that with our unseen guiding hand we
have successfully completed the various
phases of the complex work, while helping
you throughout the journey to graduation.
This great job which we have undertaken
has permitted us to joumey over a road
also. Our journey has not been the happy
carefree trip that you students made over
the yellow brick road, but a journey of
planning for the betterment of your school
and your education, of creating policies for
the school, and of handling the financial
In conclusion, we Board members hope
that we have been wise guardians, and that
we have fulfilled our positions to the best
of our abilities, As the members of the class
of 1954 journey "somewhere over the rain-
bow," may you live up to our expectations
G-UZ D 'E5'Jt'LON6- STKE YELLDW
If you like ag Charles
heres the place to go
Yeah but will math help
me on a destroyer"
One thing was made clear as Dorothy and her friends continued their
adventuresome journey. They understood that a successful and happy life
is an active life. Each new situation meant feeling, thinking, and
acting in some new way. lust as the Scarecrow needed brains, the Tin
Woodman desired a heart, and the Lion cherished courage, so each
student seeks in some way self-realization and hopes to make his life
more complete and satisfying, Because the conditions giving rise to any
kind of development are infinitely complex, Regional has provided a
guidance and counseling service to help the student understand his concept
of himself, his readiness for action, his inner springs of conduct, and
sometimes even his inner conflicts. Many things are involved in personal
adjustment-physical conditions, family pressures, cultural and racial
backgrounds, and the influence of friends. The aim of the guidance
department at Regional is to help each student make the most of himself
and to make certaln that the goals and ob1ectives of everyones l1fe are
the highest attainable Guidance helps each student deal with the forces
that make for the limitations relationships and demands of the present
so that when goals and purposes are realized they are not found to be
as Dorothy and her friends found the great and terrible Oz fmerely a
ventriloquist from Omaha who was tired of being a humbugl but are the
dynamic guide posts of a rich and satisfying life
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NORMAN P. PEDERSEN
Physical Education Ls,
PAUL E. RICKENBACH
HELEN W. BINDER
KATHERINE C. SIEGFRIED
THOMAS G. SPEIRS
ANN MARIE O. KORP
PATRICIA A. MOORE
RONALD D. ROTH
H" MARSHALL W. NAGLE
ADELAIDE D. HALL
AUGUSTA HACKETI' GI-RDYS EICK
MABEL NEUMEISTER CLARA HIRT
HAROLD ALPAUGH ROSCOE C. STOCKTON
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vers, A. Hagan. R. Ritten-
house, C. Fichot, S. Kelso!!
I. Dalpe, I. Fasanello. SEC-
OND ROW: C. Cozze, E
Samogi. I. Schubert, A.
Schieferstein, I. Hosely, T. ,
Katz, I. Apgar, C. Langston,
B. Venters, F. Ortlieb. L-
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Lawson, K. Bech, D. Doug 5
lass, E. Winkler, M. Mc 'L
Gowan, A. Plushanski, l.
Hallinger, N. Nelson. SEAT-
ED: S. Oakes, C. Allen, R.
Iohnson, Photography Edi-
tor: I. MacFadyen, Art Edi-
tor: I. Erickson, Assistant
Editor: C. Hoffman, Editor:
S. Macauley, Business Man-
ager: D. Alpaugh, Assist-
ant Editor: C. Anderson,
Assistant Editor: G. Max-
well. Missing from picture:
B. Huntenburg, P. McElroy,
Gowan, R. Iohnson.
The first duty of the newly elected year-
book staff was to decide on a theme for the
REGIS. The yearbook was the biggest under-
taking of the senior class and there was
some discussion before a theme was se-
lected. "The Wizard of Oz" finally was
With the theme chosen, each member
began reading the story of the mysterious
Oz. The individual staffs started their assign-
ments in art, literature, and photography.
With the capable help and encouragement
of the advisers, the staff painstakingly as-
sembled the book for publication.
After the '54 REGIS was completed and
sent to press, the staff could truthfully say
they had benefited by an educational and
Assistant Editors- Iacqueline Erickson, Don Al-
paugh, H. Cook Anderson
Literary Editor-Karen Bech
Assistants--Bette Venters, Douglas Beavers
Photography Editor-Robert Iohnson
Assistants-Mary McGowan, Nancy Nelson, Iohn
Art Editor-Iudy MacFadyen
Assistants-Ioan Hallinger, Frank Ortlieb, Catherine
Cozze, Amiel Hagan
Sports-Clark Allen, Alice Plushanski
Activities--Barbara Huntenburg, Bill Runyon, Bill
Subscription Editor-Harry Backer
Business Manager-Susan Macauley
Autographs-Gloria Maxwell. Shirley Oakes
Class Prophecy-Dale Douglass, Iune Lawson
Class Will-Dick Rittenhouse, Eleanor Winkler
Class History-Iohn Fasanello
Chief Typist--Anna Schieferstein
Assistants-Io Ann Apgar, Ellen Samogi, Ioanne
Schubert, Tillie Katz, Carol Langston, Pearl Mc-
W'ho's Who-Ellen Samogi, Ioanne Schubert
PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF EDITORIAL STAFF BACK, I. to R.: F. Ortlieb, A Hagan
L to R-I I- Kdry. N. Nelson, M. Mc- BACK. I.. to R.: C. Anderson, D. FRONT: I. Haflinger, I. MacFadyen
Alpaugh, C. Hoffman, I. Erickson.
Student Council Driving and Park-
ing Committee, L. to R.: N. Irwin, P.
Lehner. D. Alpaugh, D. Strain.
Student Council Store Com-
mittee, BACK ROW, I.. to H.:
P. Lehner, P. Desmond, D.
Alpaugh. SEATED: C. Cep-
ka, I. Iohnson, M. Winter-
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Student Council Constitution Com
mittee, L. to R.: R. Conover M At
kinson, E. McGowan.
Student Council Publicity
Committee, STANDING: L.
Papentuhs. SEATED: I. Iohn-
son, S. Somerville, E. Getz,
Student Council Noonifime Activities Com-
mittee I. to R.: I. Lindabury, E. Winkler, D.
Mowen R Tiger.
Freshmen Representatives BACK ROW I. to
H.: B. Wilson, P. Parker, B Hilbert SEATED
P. Studer, Mrs. Darby, Adviser N Apgar
During the school year the Student Coun-
cil of North Hunterdon Regional High School
was a hard working organization which,
through its continual efforts and accomplish-
ments, gained a favorable position in the
The activities of the Council included the
operating of the snack-bar at the football
games and the Student Council Store, the
issuing of driving permits, and active par-
ticipation in the Red Cross program. The
Council sponsored one of the social high-
lights of the year-the Thanksgiving dance.
A visit was made sto the Student Council
of the Plainfield High School so that a better
idea of how other councils were organized
could be obtained.
Although only in its third year of exist-
ence the Council, with the strong support
of the student body and the cooperation of
the faculty, had a successful year.
BACK ROW, L. to H.: Mrs. Darby. Adviser: R. Ritten-
house. President. SECOND ROW: P. Desmond. Secre-'
tary: D. Strain, Vice-President. FRONT ROW: K. Braun,
STANDING, L. to R.: E. Getz, R. Tiger, Mrs. Darby. Adviser: M. Atkinson, S. Gengler.
P. Parker. B. Hilbert. P. Lehner, C. Cepka, D. Alpaugh. B. Wilson. N. Edwin, P. Studer.
I. Lindahury, N. Apgar, G. Wintermute, I. Iohnson. D. Mowen. SEATED: D. Strain. R.
Rittenhouse, K. Braun. P. Desmond, D. Norman. E. Winkler, L. Papenfuhs, E. McGowan.
Elizabeth Bidewell was selected from the girls of the senior
class to be the representative from North Hunterdon Regional
High to the Daughters of the American Revolution. was
chosen because she possessed the needed qualifications:
dependability. truthfulness and loyalty.
She was presented with a pin and certificate which was
awarded by the National Society, and also spent a day in
Trenton touring the state capital meeting other representa-
tives from different chapters.
The Honor Council of North Hunterdon Regional
High School was created as a product of the Honor
System in April, 1953. Its membership consists of
four seniors, two sophomores, and a clerk chosen
The Honor Council's main purpose is to integrate
the students, faculty, and administration under the
Constitution ot the Honor System. Another purpose
of the Honor System is to create an environment
which will uphold the aims ot the system. These
aims are the fostering ot individual honesty and
self-respect among the students of Regional.
In the future, we hope the Honor Council will be
able to obtain many more freedoms like the noon- 1
time recreation periods. It the Honor Council stands
behind the Honor System and receives the support
of the school, Regional High School will be a school
patterned after the great democracy in which
BACK ROW. L. to R.: R. Zalewski, I. Fasanello, R. Conover, R. Schumacher, L. Mantrom.
R, Rittenhouse. FRONT ROW: Mr. Ward. Adviser: D. Norman, C. Castrilli, E. Tramutola.
I. Schubert, I. Erickson.
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BOYS AND GIRLS STATE
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Enckson I Fasanello
Bo and Girls
While we were Iuniors our class elected from its
ranks representatives to attend New Iersey Girls State
and New Iersey Boys' State. These organizations were
sponsored by The American Legion and The American
Legion Auxiliary. The expenses were paid by various
service clubs in the area.
The girl representatives spent several days at New
Iersey College for Women, and the boys. a week at
Rutgers, both in New Brunswick. Both groups were
instructed about the functions of our state govern-
ment. Mock elections were held and a superficial
government was set up, complete with state, city, and
county offices and various officials. It was a worth-
while experience for those who attended.
Eleanor was chosen as Regional's representative to
the Citizenship Institute by the members of the faculty
and her classmates, Because of her high scholastic
standing, her integrity, and her leadership qualities,
she was a natural choice.
The Citizenship Institute program is sponsored by
The Federated Women's Club of New Iersey. The pro-
gram is designed to make the girls fcaniliar with affairs
of the state government and to encourage and promote
leadership ability which could be an asset to both
school and community.
Clockwise around counter: I. Schubert, E. Scxmogi. Mr.
Young. Adviser: R. Iohnson, P. Reynolds. S. Haver, I.
SUHUUL SERVICE SNAPS
BACK ROW, I.. to R.: C. Anderson, P. Schneider.
FIRST HOW: R. Berger. E. Getz.
L. to R.: C. Hoffman, P. Parker, S.
Gengler, Mrs. Fred Messling and
Shirley Messling, Mr. Herman Dein-
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BACK ROW, L. to R.: C. Fichot, D. Alpaugh, E. Miller, I. Apgar, C. Hoffman, B. Venters,
I. Maclradyen, C. Langston, E. Winkler. SECOND ROW: I. Lindabury, D. Butler. I. Erickson,
S. Macauley, M. McGowan, I. Schubert. FRONT ROW: I. D'Aprix, R. Rittenhouse. G. Melick.
H. Backer, C. Anderson, G. Papeniuhs.
With harried look and furrowed brow the
cast of "Our Miss Brooks" worked diligently
toward their stage premier, asssisted and
directed by Mr. R. Roth.
After many weeks of hard Work the cast
faced opening night-with nervous laughs
and frightened glances at one another. But
they need not have worried, for their play
was an entertaining and amusing success.
"Harry, remember! This is only a rehearsall"
OUR MISS BROOKS
Miss Brooks, an English teacher
Miss Finch, librarian ,
Hugo Longacre, basketball coach
Mr. Wadsworth, principal . .
Miss Audubon, music teacher
Faith . , . .
Mrs, Allen, Rhond
, . George Melick
. , Don Alpaugh
. . Susan Macauley
. Bette Venters
. Eleanor Winkler
. . . . Charles Fichot
"Did you ever have a Chinese tummyache'
"DOWN TO EARTH"
STANDING, L. to R.: D. Alpaugh,M. McGowan,
Mr. Roth, Director: A. Matzner, L. Mantrom,
C. Allen, G. Papenfuhs, F. Ortlieb, E. Bide-
well. FIRST ROW: C. Anderson, Stage Man-
ager:- I. Lindabury. I. Rosely, I. Erickson, D.
Butler, S. Macauley, E. Winkler, Prompter.
DOWN TO EARTH
Agnes ,..,....... Elizabeth Bidewell
Wilfred Angels ........,. ..... D on Alpaugh
Pilonef .,.,..... , , .... Louis Mantrom
Augusta Applegate, a spinster ..,. Iacqueline Erickson
Diana O'Clump, a maid ...,,... . . . Mary McGowan
Orpha Teel, Augustcfs niece ..,.. Ioan Rosely
Ruthie Teel, Orpha's daughter Ioan Lindabury Y
Millie Bromsley, Augustcfs niece .,,. .. Dorothy Butler
Baxter Bromsley, Mi1lie's husband ., Gordon Pooenfuhs
Iune Bromsley, the daughter ..,..,... Susan Macaulev
Richard White, Iune's boyfriend ., .,... Frank Ortlieb
Herman Howell, an old sailor ..,. .. . Clark Allen 3?
Robert Hanley, a rich boy .,.. Emil Matzner
"Darling, you're so masterful!"
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"Heaven, here we come!"
"I don't like the style oi this year's
"'l'here's probably poison in itl"
Boy! You kill me "One of these days-pow!"
After many days of tryouts and hard
work rehearsing, Mr. Roth tethered the
senior play "Down to Earth" on stage.
With angels popping from smoke, ob-
jects tloating in the air, and dead peo-
ple returning to earth to spy on others,
the audience was kept in constant sus-
pense wondering what would happen
The cast need not have feared that
their hard work would go for naught.
because the audience appreciated and
welcomed the departure from the
standardized plays of the past. As the
heavenly visitors were transported
away on a cloud, the applause of the
crowd echoed in their angelic ears.
There's noithin like u guid cup o'tea."
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UPPER LEFT-February 26, 1954. The new
"ag. girls" were whoopin' it up in the old
Regional gym at the F. F. A. Assembly.
UPPER RIGHT-The reason the "girls" got
so "jazzy" was because the UF. F. A. Strang-
lers" were playing in the wings.
CENTER-October 15. 1953. From pigskin to
powder-puff-result: hilarious entertainment.
LOWER LEFT-November 6, 1953. Mr. Wil-
liam Hacker, internationally famous pianist,
held his audience spellbound with semi-
classical and popular music.
LOWER RIGHT-November 10, 1953. -Pep
Assembly. Coach Rickenbach pins his hopes
on Dave and Charlie -they weren't realized.
Left to right: I. Dusey, E. O'Neill. D. Douglass, P. Miller, I. Monahan
BACK ROW, L. to R.: M. Aten, A. Clasen, G. Hilde-
brandt, P. Graff, L. Reid, A. Bridge, B. Copp. FOURTH
BOW: S. Macczuley, D. Poe, F. Ctibor, I. Compton, M.
Atkinson, E. Bidewell, N. Cox, I. Wilbur, THIRD ROW:
C. Hackett, R. Zalewski, E. Tramutola, K. Braun, E
Getz, K. Smith, E. Butler, I. Moebus. SECOND ROW
E. Reniger, B. Wolfe, M. Stiles, R. Fasanello, C. Castrilli,
C. Pierce, B. Keifer, C. Stocker. FIRST BOW: W.
Bischoff, M. Frace. W. Clausen, E. Rapp, D. Hoppaugh
S. Keiper, H. Hartner, I. Alsberg. Mrs. Harrison, Direc-
tor. MAIORETTES, L. to R.: P. Miller, I. Dusey.
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T BACK ROW. L. to R.: E. Getz. E. Spann, R. Schumacher. P. Schneider, P. Cupelli. FIRST
ROW: Mr. Roth, Adviser: P. Kunz. H. Pinkerton, L. Culvert. I. Rosely. D. Gembenski. L.
BACK ROW. L. to R.: I. Giorgi, D. Alpaugh, G. Melick. G. Backer. C. Anderson, G. Pczpen-
fuhs. G. MccNcxmcxra. M. Kelson. I. Tmnsue. B. Sliker, Mr. Pedersen. Adviser. FRONT ROW:
L. Edsoren, I. Kerry. F. Cozze. E. Bowlby, E. Allen. G. Hackett, E. Phcxro.
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BACK ROW. L. to R.: Mr. Samson. Adviser: E. Lettenmaier, E. Smith. E. Tramutola, I.
LeVerso, 1. Wezel, P. Parker, A. Breston, B, Hilbert. B. Sadoski, B. Williams. G. Duckworth.
G. Deckhut, R. Whitesell. G. Thompson. SITTING: H. Ireland, I.. Reilly, L. Iskra. P. Apgar.
B. Delair. I. Eastman. G. Kessler, F. Burbank. E. Brown. M. Stobb.
BACK ROW. I.. to R.: C. Moran. O. Liland. SECOND ROW: C. Fox. G. Olsen, F. Takacs
FRONT ROW: Mr. Pedersen, Adviser: R. Litzenberger, R. Henderson, R. Barber. P. Likus
C l W. Hcckenbury.
CLOCKWISE AROUND LEFT HAND BENCH: Mr. Callan. Adviser: D. Taylor. E. Bronish.
K. Beam. R. Bowers. D. VanDyke, H. Storr. CLOCKWISE AROUND RIGHT HAND BENCH:
I. Trimmer. I. Bidwell. W. Henderson, G. Alpcxugh. F. Schubert. R. Eick. I. Lis.
Cl STANDING. L. to H.: R. Newman, A. Bayerl. G. Lent. C. Boehm. I. Bigelow, R. Gilmore. G.
Harbor. E. Stevens. I. Wydner. E. Refalvy, I. Csisik. W. Adams. Mr. Lane. Adviser. SEATED:
G. Boehm. W. Wintennute. K. Compton. F. Smolinski. R. Case. H. Pinkerton. D. Conklin.
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AUTO MECHANICS CLUB
BACK ROW. I.. to R.: E. Rush. W. Runyon. R. Becker, Mr. Robinson. Adviser. SECOND ROW: A
K. Felter. E. Allen. G. Melick. W. Brewster. FRONT ROW: G. Hackett, W. Witte, E. Bowlby.
I. Cozze, I. Transue. Guest Mr. H. Winters. M E 6 S
FA BACK ROW, L. to R.: D. VanDyke. R. Henderson. W. Henderson. K. Wagner, H. Temple
T. Langston, R. Degnan. M. Keison, E. Bronish. T. Burrell. THIRD ROW: I. Temple. C
Bishop. K. Beam, S. Schuyler. O. Leland. R. Gares. F. Schubert. D. Taylor. G. Hildebrandt
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
UF SECOND ROW: E. Busher. R. Tiger, R. Bowers. R. Freeborn, A. Nagy. I. Sutton. E. Rush,
W. Almind. C. Fulcher. G. Alpaugh. FIRST ROW: V. Klim. I. Giorgi. E. Pharo. W. Apgar
W. Burd. I. Dalpe. G. Melick. R. Carvat, R. Moore, Mr. Bennett.
CLOCKWISE AROUND TABLE: M. Hallinger, S. Nagy, Mr. Iacobs. Adviser: B. Goska, C
Vroom, R. Ierome, A. Nagy, R. Letlenmaier, R. Schullzel, G. Hartsell, P. Kessler, S. Bogart
S. Castner, I. Hallinger.
Fmsr mn CLUB
C. Allen, P. Alpaugh, P. Apgar, D. Butler. B. Gabriel, T. Greelish, L. Gomey. A. Hall, R.
Ireland, G. Kirk, P. Lustbader, I. LeVerso, D. Mowen, A. Messinger, E. Meyer, F. Muelh-
Zalewski, L. Rambo, R. Iackson.
auer. S. Randall, H. Reid, R. Spann, R. Schifil, A. Schlichting, I. Seaman, I. Winter. P.
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BACK ROW. L. to R.: E. Winkler, M. Reper. P.
McElroy, M. Potts. S. Castner. T. Katz. T. Langston,
G. Papenfuhs, D. Riley, B. Kiefer. E. Renigar, M.
Danforth, R. Hendershot. SECOND ROW: R. Cap-
izzi, C. Shive, I. Mantz, M. Baker, P. Conover, S
Reid. P. Kunz, F. Ctibor. G. Alpaugh, A. Clasen, B.
Venters, E. Lettenmaier. THIRD ROW: D. Cronce, I.
Lindabury, I. Monahan, E. Parks, C. Reed, C. Boehm
R. Hoffman, R. Becker, A. Lusardi, D. Gratt, K.
Apgar, L. Papenfuhs. FOURTH ROW: S. Oakes, B.
BACK ROW, L. to R.: E. Smith. M. Zangrando, L.
Culvert, M. Blessing, G. Hildebrandt, K. Wagner,
E. Rush, A. Rogers. M. Stobb, C. Crampel, I. Erick-
son. M. Aten. SECOND ROW: C. Parks, M.
Segreaves, 'I'. Salter. M. DeMotte, P. Graff, R.
Ierome, W. Dalrymple. D. Cook, E. O'Neil1, I. Kelt-
ing, S. Coughlin, R. Krohn. THIRD ROW: M. Frace.
E. McGowan, S. Wydner, E. Meyer, D. Beavers, N.
Cox, B. Copp. W. Brewster, M. Atkinson. I. Suydam,
P. Kessler, I. Bradshaw. FOURTH ROW: A. Plushan-
Kumpf, L. Barton, S. Haver, C. Stocker. R. Schu-
macher. O. Lagelbauer, I. Bigelow, R. Tiger, D.
Schuyler, N. Apgar, H. Lent. C. Backhus. FIFTH
ROW: I. Alsberg, L. Carvatt, P. Miller, F. Cowell.
S. Macauley, C. Reading, D. Schuyler, G. Alpaugh.
H. Hartner, I. MacFadyen, I. Brcnish. C. Castrilli.
FIRST ROW: I. Wilbur, M. Wintermute. I. Iohnson.
H. Apgar, E. Tramutola, M. Stiles. C. Cepka, I.
Lawson, C. Hoffman, C. Pierce, L. Conover. D.
Douglass, Mrs. Harrison, Director.
ski, G. Maxwell, S. Venters. P. Regitz, R. Lawton.
I. Compton, M. Cregar, I. Stock. D. Irwin. I. Mac-
Fadyen. K. Ortlieb. I. Hoagland. FIFTH ROW: S.
Keiper, I. Antcliff, S. Schroeder. I. Dusey, N. Nelson.
E. Miller. K. Braun, B. Page, M. Proctor, D. Parry,
I. Moebus, A. Craig. FRONT ROW: N. Schramek
D. Poe, E. Rapp, W. Clawson, R. Komberger, G
Harbar, N. Nixon, K. Smith, H. Ierome, C. Castrilli
Mrs. Harrison, Director.
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A preview oi things
THE CHRISTMAS PAGEANT
The Christmas season at Regional began
a week before Christmas Eve when the
Regionettes and the Choralaires, assisted by
the Male Glee Clubs, presented the annual
Christmas Pageant to the parents and
friends of the students. Mrs. Harrison, our
director, helped to initiate the season of
holly, mistletoe, and evergreen with a
The pageant consisted of opening selec-
tions by the band, traditional carols and
novelty numbers by the Glee Clubs, and a
number of tableaux by freshmen depicting
the Nativity. The response of the audience
was most gratifying to those who partici-
pated in the pageant and tableaux. Since
its inception, the Christmas concert has be-
come an outstanding seasonalattraction for
the people of our communities.
BACK ROW, L. to R.: I. Little, T. Greelish. F.
Cronce. G. Deckhut, H. Pinkerton. L. Bates.
SECOND ROW: M. Whitehead. C. Marschke,
P. Berger, D. Danielson. E. Retalvy. FRONT
ROW: C. Allen.
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and flee into Egypt." Matthew 2:13
"And all went to be taxed, everyone
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Left to Riqht: R. Ierome, B. Copp. M. Stobb, C. Hoffman, M. Atkinson, D. Poe, L. Barton,
S. Macauley, I. Maclfadyen, D. Douglass, D. Iones, C. Castrilli, Mrs. Harrison, Adviser.
"l'll wait, bu! l do want to
"Personally Mrs. Harrison,
I think it needs more fan- 'r "Could Gabriel do any
tissimo." , better?"
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Bruising Backer prepares to crash a ioeman to earth!!
"Look out for the ground! Here it comes!"
Paul E. Rickenba ch
On a hot, dry, fall day, titty-live
boys greeted a new coach in Re-
gionals initial 1953 practice session
Paul Rickenbach came to Regional
to fill the post vacated when former
Coach Beers transferred to Washing-
ton High School. Coach Rickenbach,
who had supervised football at both
Frenchtown and East Shippensburg,
Pennsylvania, is a graduate of Wes:
Chester State Teachers College
The new mentor, faced with the
almost impossible task of building a
winning team around three return-
ing lettermen, drove his Charges hard
and long At the end of the season
he was well satisfied with the results.
Under the guidance of their new coach,
Paul E. Rickenbach, the Green and Gold
tackled an eight game schedule. With only
one returning letterman, the prospects for
a successful season were rather dim.
The first game against Franklin seemed
to set the season's pattern, for Regional
completely outplayed their opponents, but
lacked the scoring punch.
After losing the tirst three games, the
Lions roared back to upset a heavily fav-
ored Lambertville team 5-U. In the best-
played game of the season, the Regional
Lions held Coach Beers' powerful Washing-
ton Blue Streaks to a scoreless tie.
At the close of the season, Dave Strain
was named Hunterdon County Lineman of
the Year by the Hunterdon County Demo-
crat and selected for the third All State
Team by the Newark News Sports Staff. Nial
Irwin and Iohn Paulus were chosen for the
second string county team by the Democrat
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
0 Franklin . . , 12
S Highland Park
6 Lambertville .
U Washington ,
BACK ROW, L. to R.: R. Berger, Manager: I. Paulus,
N. Irwin, R. Spann, H. Barrick, R. Rittenhouse, T.
Langston, E. Paulus, I. Bigelow. Manager. SECOND
HOW: Mr. Van Arsdale, Assistant Coach: M. Kel-
son. B. Sokoloski. T. Inslee, G. Alpaugh. E. Mac-
Namara, C. Cepka, E. Smith, W. Thompson. FIRST
ROW: Mr. Ward. Assistant Coach: G. Melick, H.
Backer, W. Venskus, D. Strain, and C. Fichot. Co-
Captains: E. Allen, D. Beavers, C. Huff, Mr. Richen-
bach, Head Coach.
BACK ROW. L. to R.: R. Ward. Coach: R. Henderson, R. Schumacher. H. Baior.
B. Paulus. R. Spann. I. Apgar. G. Leonard. E. Bronish. FIRST ROW: I. Van Arsdale.
Coach: B. Sokoloski, M. Kelson, E. Smith, T. Inslee. G. Alpaugh, E. MacNamara.
C. Cepka, P. Lilcus. R. Fredricks. P. Rickenbach. Coach.
FRESHMEN AND I.V. FOOTBALL TEAM
BACK ROW. L. to R.: P. Capelli. Manager: Mr.
Lane, Coach: I. Little. Manager. SECOND ROW:
D. Vliet, E. O'Neill. B. Caverly. R. Litzenberger. R
Hackett, R. Gilmore. I. Franks. THIRD ROW: W.
Winters. I. Sargent. G. Leonard, H. Baior, F
Takacs. H. Pinkerton. R. Schumacher. A. Whitely
FOURTH ROW: I. Wintermute. L. Bates, R. Hender-
son. R. Fredrlcks. E. Bronish. R. Barber. C. Marschke
B. Paulus. FIRST ROW: W. Wintermute, C. Cepka
I. Apgar, C. Sentz, I. Savacool, M. Whitehead. P
Likus. E. Stevens. D. Stewart.
Mrs. Dawson. Coach. , 1 X
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Clak, clak, clak, the sound of hitting sticks could be heard as once again
Regional's hockey girls scurried down the field. After being beaten by Lam-
bertville in their first game, the Regionalites got together and downed
Flemington 2 to U. Frenchtown, the team's toughest opponent, held the girls
scoreless in a tough battle. The last and only away game was at High Bridge
and lo and behold, arch rivals that they are, Regional gals beat them. With
the guidance of Mrs. Dawson, the coach, and the encouragement of Iudy
MacFadyen, acting captain, the team wound up with a highly successful
BACK ROW. I.. to R.: E. McGowan, S. Bogart, P Rev A , P. Lus er. N. Ap ur. R
Roslin, B. Thompson, I. Maclfadyen, E. Tramutola er. . Rro y . I im, 7Stobb
FIRST ROW: E, Spcmn, P. Studer. I. Alsberg, c a i-J - . - I - an omerville
Mrs. Dawson, Coach: P. Parker,!A, Plushanski. . Readi . arry. b4',. 97 C. Plenge
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The Reglonal H1gh School basketball team
entered the l953 54 season wlth no return
1ng lettermen Coach Pedersen faced wrth
a tremendous rebulldmg problem centered
hrs attack around Drck Rlttenhouse Harold
Barnck Tom Inslee Frank Cozze Pete Leh
ner Dave Stram B111 Thompson George
Alpaugh and Glenn Alpaugh
Even though the Llons won only four con
L to R W Thompson P Lehner T Inslee R Rrttenhouse Mr Pedersen Coach H
Barnck G Alpaugh D Stram G Alpaugh T Langston
tests dur1ng the regular season several 1n
dwxdual marks were shattered Dlck Rltten
house scored a yearly total of 207 pornts to
pass Ken Brauns old mark of l93 Patten
house also dropped 1n 55 foul poxnts for a
new record Further laurels were added
when Dlck Rlttenhouse was named to the
second All County team
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wll V "Lets see, I thmk Ill gxve ham a buzz
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BACK ROW, L. to R.: Coach. Mr. Richenbach: I. Compton. E. Sievens, T. Greelish, R.
Schumacher, P. Likus, C. Ceplra. F. Cozze. FRONT ROW: L. Bates, B. Paulus. E. O'Neill, I.
Apgar. G. Leonard. I. Savacool.
Regional Opponent sa High Bridge , . 54
42 Bemardsville . . 45 36 Belvidere 4 I I A S6
58 Lambertville , , 56 42 Bemardsville . 49
50 Newton ,,,., . . 48 43 Flemingfon A 55
21 Fleminglon , , , , 28 53 Belvidere . . . 76
28 Newion I I A 42 52 Lambertville 66
37 Alumni I 50 56 Frenchtown 62
39 Washington I A Q I I 46 44 Washington . , 30
30 Frenchlown . , 56 so High Bridge ' 66
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"Upl Up! You've gol the reach on hxm.
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s the 'lellcr' with ihe spring that gets lhe ball." "Yqu catch lhe ball-not bile ill"
Come on Lxons let s sh w em how we roarl
Oool Ii only I were cr little tallerl
Rel dont blow that whxstle
'It's a rimmer. it's a rimmed"
GIRLS' I.V. BASKETBALL
BACK ROW. L. to H.: S. Roth. Manager: E.
O'Neill. D. Grait. Manager: THIRD ROW
P. Reynolds, D. Gembenski, D. Bentz, P. Des-
mond, C. Reading. SECOND ROW: P. Pat-
kockis, R. Roslcm. I. Stock. FRONT ROW: C
Crampel. I. Fleming. M. Cregar.
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BACK ROW L to R W Keltmg Manager C Allen R Burd W H
Wxlson R Hawluns D Beavers S Olemacz C Hall Coach Pedersen
FRONT ROW E Paulus I Transue I Tharp W Wilson B Brannon
The Regzonal Llons paced by the A1 pxtchmg of Dave
Straxn cmd Ed Paulus and the boommg bats of B111 Wxlson
Iack Tharp Doug Beavers Bruce Brannon Stan Olenlacz
Iohn Transue and Charley Hall won thelr hrst four games
before they fell v1ct1m to the red wave of Belvrdere From
there on the season was one of 1ns and outs for the Reglonal
nine and the Green and Gold wound up the season with
seven wins and six losses.
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IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
L to R M Wmtermute Hnstonan E Tramutola Vice
President N Cox President D Poe Treasurer P
At the begmrung of the school year members of each
class chose those students who they thought would be
quahtled to lead the1r classmates over the yellow br1ck
road Those elected gave unselhshly of thexr tlme to
undertook and accomphshed As the year progressed
each 1nd1v1dua1 class reallzed that 1ts cholce of ofhcers
had been a wlse one
Not only does elect1on to an ofhce provlde personal
satlsfactxon but xt also gtves an opportunlty tor a d1rect
contnbutlon to the welfare of the class
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
L to R T Langston Presxdent L Papentuhs Secre
tary I Kelhng Hxstonan C Reading Treasurer C
Cepka Vxce Presxdent
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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
I. to R G Kirk Class Hxstonan E Stevens
V1cePres1dent D Bentz Treasurer I Apgar
President I Eastman Secretary
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BACK ROW, I.. to R.: G. Alpaugh, R. Case, W.
Bird, G. Alpaugh, I. Britton, L. Barton, M. Atkinson,
A. Craig, M. Blessing. SECOND ROW: M. Castrilli,
S. Bogart, S. Castner, I. Bradshaw, M. Aten, L.
Conover, S. Bishop, A. Clasen, M. Carpenter. FIRST
ROW: Mr. Lane, E. Butler, N. Cox, G. Boehm, A
Bridge, I. Bigelow, R. Conover, E. Busher, C. Bowers
Missing from picture: K. Apgar, A. Beam, C. Boehm
T. Burrell, R. Capizzi, K. Compton.
BACK ROW, I.. to R.: M. Espenschied, I. Dusey S
Haver V Klim D Gratt L Culvert R Demeaux
SECOND ROW T Inslee G Hlldebrcmdt R Hoff
man R Freeborn C Fulcher M Frace D Cronce
B Goska FIRST ROW I Eventt H Ierome H
Hartner, B. Hummer, P. Kessler, R. Degnan, N.
Irwin, M. Kelson. Missing from picture: Mr. Young,
P. Desmond. L. Edsoren, R. Frey, I. Giorgi, I.. Gomy,
I. Hoagland, R. Iackson, I. Iohnson.
BACK ROW, L. to R.: T., Kuhne, L. Reid. V. Kondas.
M. Landon, M. Potts, R. A. Roslin, D. Parry. THIRD
ROW: M. Schcxller. D. Knowski, E. Parks, P. Miller,
E. Paulus, R. Lilcmd. A. Nagy, W. Messinger. SEC-
OND ROW: I. Rudl. R. Moore, D. Riley. R. Schcller,
I. Giorgi. S. Plenge, E. McGowan, D. Poe, C. Reed.
FIRST ROW: Miss Sliker, I. Monahan, P. Reynolds.
E. Rapp. S. Roth. E. McxcNumara. R. Roberts, R.
O'Rourke, D. Mowen. Missing from picture: H. Lent.
BACK ROW, L. to R.: B. Weightman, E. Smith, W.
Wilson, D. Strain, G. Thode, S. Skinner, E. Simon.
SECOND ROW: P. Wright, S. Wydner, M. L.
Segreaves, I. Ziegler, M. Winterrnute, C. Vroom, P.
Wolfe, B. Sokoloski. B. Sliker. FIRST ROW: R. Spcmn,
R. Schultzel. R. Tiger. R. Zalewski, C. Shive, V.
Tcmge, III. Stiles. N. Schramek, Mr. Bennett. Missing
from picture: E. Smith, E. Stock, E. Trumutolcx.
BACK ROW, L. to R.: C.
Bishop, E. Bronish, M.
Baker, D. Cook, G. Al-
paugh, I. Billow, S. Cough-
lin. SECOND ROW: A. Bay-
erl, W. Bentz, C. Cepka, B.
COPD, R. Berger, I. Bird, R.
Bogart, W. Clawson. FIRST
ROW: Mrs. Binder, N. Ap-
gar. C. Backhus, P. Con-
over, I. Antcliif, I. Alsberg,
D. Burd, H. Apgar, L. Car-
vatt. Missing from picture:
H. Baior, K. Beam. I. Comp-
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BACK ROW, L. to R.: Mr. P. Ricken-
hach, P. Graff, H. Eick, A. Hall, R.
Hawkins, G. Harbar, R. Henderson,
F. Cozze. Mr. Pedersen. SECOND
ROW: W. Dalrymple, M. Cregar, I.
Hockenbury, M. Danforth, R. Frank,
C. Hackett, M. Hallinger, F. Cowell.
G. Hawkins, G. Hartsell. FIRST
ROW: F. Ctibcr, E. Getz, M. Dein-
zer, R. Eick, F. Hagan, F. Gares, C.
Fox, W. Hockenbury, E. Fleming.
Missing from picture: C. Crampel.
BACK ROW, L. to. R.: D. Iones, I. Masler, E. Kary,
P. Kunz, B. Kumpf, R. Newman, A. Lusardi, R. Ier-
asko, D. Irwin, R. Krohn, I. Mantz, I. Moebus, I.
Kelting, E. Meyer, I. MacFadyen, S. Keiper, D.
Norman. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Siegfried, I. Lis, D. Hall,
mone, N. Nixon, P. Likus. SECOND ROW: E. Nab- R. Lettenmaier, T. Langston, B. Kiefer, G. Lent, O.
Liland, C. Moran.
TOP ROW, I.. to R.: I. Mc-
Pherson, H. Read. C.
Marschke. E. O'Neill, F.
Muehlbauer, A. Messinger.
P. Parker, I. Mathews. B.
Sudoski, M. Mowery, Mrs.
Korp. SECOND ROW: P.
Patkochis. C. Pool. B. Mess-
ling. E. Rosely, G. Milli-
gan, G. Olson. E. Refalvy,
R. Litzenberger, A. Peter-
son. THIRD ROW: H. Pink-
erton, I. Runycn, V. Presciti.
S. McCurtharcxn, P. Lust-
bcxder, A. O'Neill. S. Lomer-
BOH. S- Nagy. L. Reilly.
BACK ROW, L. to R.: H.
Smith. L. Tiger. G. Thomp-
son, B. Smith. W. Welles.
P. Studer. M. Stout, P.
Thomas. C. Thorworth, D.
Secxrles. Mr. Dunn. SEC-
OND ROW: I. Silvius, B.
Thompson, I. Wezel, I.
Schmauser. I. Van Why. D.
Vliet, C. Sentz, F. Tukacs
R. Schiiil, I. Savacool
FRONT ROW: C. Smith. D
VcmDyke, D. Stewart. E
Stevens, A. Schneider, G
Sutton. I. Smith. M. Wald-
ron, E. Tyrrell.
BACK ROW. L. to R.: M.
Zachman. B. Wilson. B.
Williams, I. Winters, Miss
Velehradsky. FIRST ROW:
I. Wydner, M. Whitehead.
W. Winter. R. Whitesell, I.
Wintermute, A. Whitely.
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The sen1or ofhcers were elected on the
bas1s of therr leadershrp and rntegrrty Our
oifrcers dxd a fme 1ob all through the year
They showed therr leadershrp ln the manner
rn whmch they conducted class meetrngs and
handled the busmess of the class Among
the many actlvrtres they helped to be suc
cessful were the sen1or dance sen1or play
and Washrngton D C trrp They wrll cer
talnly carry the1r rmtratxve and foresrght
1nto thelr future lrves
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
L to R C Hoffman Vrce
Presxdent L Mcmtrcm Pres
rdent I MucFadyen Treas
urer K Braun Secretary
The sen1or class of 54 expresses xts sm
cere gratrtude for the gurdance and asslst
ance of the sen1or advlsers Because of
then' extra trme and work devoted to help
mg us the class was able to accomphsh
all rt had set out to do Mr Spe1rs gave
much ot hrs t1me to the edrtrng of thrs year
book Mrs Rlttenhouse was most helpful
regardmg our future plans Mxss Shker Mrs
Darby and Mr Callan ass1sted the semors
rn varrous other ways
SENIOR CLASS ADVISEHS
I.. to R Mr T Spemrs Mrs
H Rrttenhouse Mr R Cal
lan Mxss C Slxker Mrs C
WILLIAM F. ALMIND
Bill likes any form of monkey busi-
ness , . . member of Wrestling,
Mechanics, and Armchair Travelers'
Clubs , . . belonged to the F F A
, . . has exciting hobbies of hunt-
ing and fishing . . . seems to enjoy
'covering long distances in short
amounts of time" with his '46 Mer-
cury . . candidate for the Air Force
. , . Bill left us in February.
Clark is an outstcmdin member
the class . . . calm,
lected . . . portrayed
senior play . .
tious for Iournalism
Newstaff , . . useful to
an executive . . . pondering over
whether Trenton State or Springfield,
Mass., will assist this teacher-to-be.
Eddie has a quick and ready smile
, . . likes mischief . . . right guard
on varsity football squad . . . mem-
ber of Key Club , , . member of
Auto Mechanics Club . . , belonged
to the Wrestling, Crafts, and Archery
Clubs in his sophomore year . . .
Student Council representative . . .
enlistment in the Army after grad-
DON K. ALPAUGH
Don is a friendly, hard working
senior , . . sports crew cut and red
vest . , . Key Club treasurer . , .
overbearing principal in junior play
. , . member of Ushers Club . . .
perfect angel in senior play . . .
Student Council representative . . .
assistant editor, Regis . , . will at-
tend college and major in science
H. COOK ANDERSON
Cook is a great guy who couldnt
be more fun . . . comes out with
witty remarks no matter when
where . , . assistant editor of Regis
. , served on Iabberwock planning
committee . . . likes fishing . .
assistant stage manager as a senior
. . . aim-college for a libera arts
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5 yo ANN APGAR
' Io Ann is either talking or laughing
,' J .ry minute of the day , . . likes
'X ro er skating and boys better than
,anything else . . . typist for Regis
ig . . , harmonized with Girls' Glee
I Club during sophomore and junior
years . . . forward for the girls'
basketball team , . . enjoys both
the Archery and Artistic Typing
Clubs . , . intends to be a book-
WILLIAM H. APGAR
Bill is a lun loving senior , . . likes
to go square dancing every Satur-
day night . , , secretary of the
F. F. A .... banker for senior. home-
room A . . . crazy about hot rods
and deer hunting . , . member ot the
Ushers Club . . , will attend National
Ag School . . . dreams of owning his
own dairy farm some day and sup-
plying milk to Regional,
tagilzaigtigure on P
guard on the
big success as "T plC1Y
. . . his favorite
4 . , belonged to Wrestling, Football,
and Mechanics Clubs . , . to be a
civil engineer is his aim . . . you
may cross one of his structures
ELIZABETH A. BIDEWELL
Liz is another one of our more active
classmates . . . will do anything
once , . . serious student . , , superb
saxophonist in band , , , girls' bas-
ketball teammate .,.i Agnes" in
"Down to Earth' '... representative
of Athletic Association . . , "Veep"
of National Honor Society , . . will
study nursing at lersey City Medical
KAREN E. BECH
Karen gets great pleasure 9 t f
coming up with all so
and questions . gl .
Regis literary stafff. . .
Ftegionettes . , , took
Dramatics Club , ies sw' v
ming and horseb k ri n , . .
goal-a liberal arts co
come a social worker o te
ERNEST E. BOWLBY
Ernie is a carefree and good n
tured student . . member of
Ushers and Mechanics Clubs , . ,
hunter, fisherman from way back
. , . likes all kinds of sports . , .
roller skating and ice skating are
favorite pastimes . . . hot rod fan
with a souped up Buick . . , will join
one of the services-preferably the
ts i eas
tor of, t '
Meriam is always ready for a good
laugh lull of vivacity cute
t freckles William Tell tn
y Club and super majorette
Tyiflers' Club during sophomore
, , very adroit in Art Club
her junior year , . . will do her
by joihing one of Uncle Sams
rvi s . . will fill a trim uniform.
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AM.,-X N L40 u KATHRYN A. BRAUN
N QS jf' XID 02,00 Katie is a helpful member of the
11,45 ' ," I if class . . . trumpeter in band . . .
, X ,, .,-' I junior prom ticket committee . . .
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Student Council treasurer . . , sec-
retary of senior class . . . Baby
Sitters' Club, Christmas dance ticket
committee and Glee Club , . . objec-
tive-to obtain a degree in pedia-
trics . . . will keep Hunterdon chil-
WILLIAM B. BREWSTER
Bill is a tall, easy-going senior who
enjoys himself . , , interested in
any type of wild life . . . horseback
riding-his favorite pastime . , .
likes singing in the Boys' Chorus
. . , a basketball and football fan
. . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . ,
aim-college to be Doctor Kildare
of the animal world . , , has that
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Bfsi' GF' fun-K
TH L. UTLER
e o a good time when-
ever she c . . , member of the
and the ot er thi . , . 1 success
both juni d senior ays . . .
dreams gettin ried after
IOAN M. B
Ioan is just a gre
. , . has played I.
. in her junior year .
CATHERINE F. COZZE
treasurer of sophomor
I.V. cheerleader . , ,
worked v ry hard as r on all
pu licity committees' art staff
o . . drei f a happy
gJ after gr ation.
and amatics Clubs during
er sop re year . . served on !,
numero co ' for this, that, ,J
basketball . . . me er f
Tootie s a b i g personality t I '
an G er-en list of friend- Twirling and Dancing Clubs
Shi ds er best and mes will make a fine efficient
hm O bleu vewone G good for some prosperous business
e r W' h it e Choralaires . . ggmzcmons
tereste commercia ar ax
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R. MARGUERITE DE MOTTE
rguerite has always been a seri-
o s and quiet person , . . sociable
and good-natured . . . Twirling and
Dramatics Clubs . , , member of
Glee Club . . , chairman of writing
paper and senior dance publicity
committees . . , pastimes-horseback
riding, cooking and classical music
. . . futurew-elementary teachers
certificate from Trenton State,
Club . in er with o
cars . 1 have a
three-pump r e of his own some
la ie has a finger in
yearn' ' towmd
DALE M DOUGLASS
Dale is a most dependable and tran-
quil senior , , . is always with her
pal Iune . , , vigorous member of
Twirling Club . . , cute band major-
ette , , . polished accompanist for
Glee Clubs . . , served on several
dance refreshment committees . , ,
will continue schooling at Montclair
State Teachers to be a mathe-
matics teacher. . -I
. , , territ' s Aunt wlgie in ' ovjn
to E . , MrsjAllen in iilinior
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, will e a gre y co-ed ,"
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IOHN I. FASANELLO
Iohn is endowed with unus al in-
tellect . . , modest type of fellow
. . . likes his friends . . . efficient,
reliable director of Key Club . . .
National Honor Society member . . .
:hairman of Honor Council . , .
historian of Senior Class . . . orches- 5
tra committee for dances and prom
, , . interested in aviation and ath-
letics . , . to be a lawyer is his goal.
I. KNOX FELTER
Knoir is rather quiet, except with
his friends . . . enjoys hunting, fish-
ing and other sports . . . good usher '
for senior play . . . helped out with 'Q 0 AMJQW W
car parking at Regional events . , . X
shies away from opposite sex . , . fyyyj
hobbies-cars, deer hunting, and
swimming . . . Auto Mechanics
Club-a stepping stone toward me-
GEORGE W. HACKETT
A friendly, mild-mannered boy, al-
l ways smiling . . . usher at junior
and senior plays . , , member of the
Ushers and Mechanics Clubs . . .
quite an archery fan . . . gets great
pleasure out of hunting and fishing
. . . a hot rod bug who likes to N
tinker on cars , . . enjoys activity
periods repairing jalopies V, . . wants
to be an undertaker.
jackie who is allways
and is vig! membep
of the A. likes ancing and
swimming . . . on ihe junior pom,7
Twirling Club . . . likes all sports,
especially basketbaly, . . lm
ington , will be a
the art of 'l"erpschor
committee . . . a member o thefxl
IOAN F. HALLINGER
loan always has been and always
will be a ready, steady worker . ,
turned out excellent pictures, after
tireless effort on the art staff of the
yearbook . . . member of Twirlers,
Baby Sitters, and Art Clubs . . .
favorite pastimes are roller skating
and square dancing . will wear
Air Force blue, and fly off into the
wild blue yonder. -
bridc he comes
oor Mechanics Clubs
out any kind of car
of Uncle Sams pets . , . may
buzz Regional som eday.
I. CLARK HUFF
Clark has been our classmate since
the spring of our junior year . . .
made a tremendous hit with every-
body . , . was always there to try
and help boost the score during
football season . . . member of the
Key Club . . . has the unusual
hobby of raising beagle hounds the
goes to the dogsl . . , will exchange
a soft collar for a leatherneck.
BARBARA A. HUNTENBURG
. . . h
always "laughing to themselves" . .
played girls' varsity and IV bas
ketball , , participated in Group
Games, Twirling, and Drarnatics
Clubs . . an exceptionally good
player on the softball team for thre
years . . . will earn her living b
Barbara is another class comedian
as big blue eyes that are
IOYCE M. IOHNSON
loyce is always on the quiet side
, . . a willing worker who gets the
job done . . . indulges in the never-
ending, interesting hobby of collect-
ing records . . . gets pleasure out
of listening to these records . .
member of the Library and Arm-
chair Travelers Clubs . , . either a
telephone operator or secretary will
ROBERT E. IOHNSON
Bob is known-to all as an expert
on the comedy situation . , . just
plain fun-loving . . . member of the
Rod and Gun Club . . . senior class
executive committee . . . put in
many hours as editor of the Regis
photography staff . , . belonged to
Crafts Club . , . doesn't like home-
work or exercise . , . will look natty
oyment t of books . . .
licked ny a working for
, the t ' taff the Regis . . .
me er o he Phonograph ah
T ing Cl s in her sopho o
KR ar ,..' terested in first-ai . ,
6-gi riijle . . . 'l be etty
and f cient se' eta .
STANLEY L. KELSON
Stan has bent for science 4 . . con-
tent to be in room 208 While Gt
Regional . . . quiet, determined,
serious lad . , , member of Had and
Gun Club . . . did worthy job on the
calendar for the Regis . . , tactful
usher for senior play , , . rcfbid
science fiction reader . . , will be
satisfied with a good job in chem
IOHN W. KARY
A well-mannered, quiet with
a deep masculine voice . . . mem-
ber of the Ushers Club . , . partici-
pated in the Archery and Wrestling
Clubs in sophomore year . , . mem-
ber of photography staff for the
Regis . . . hobbies-developing pic-
tures and watching sports . , . will
tackle school teaching job after get-
ting BS, and M.A.
Otto is fully equipped with expen-
ence gained at Regional. for a
career ahead very excitable
musically inclined . . Glee Club
for the past three years All
State Chorus . member ol Key
Club and National Honor Society
. . , hobbies-winter sports and
collecting unusual puzzles . . . true
sportsman in hunting, ,fishing and
trapping . , . pre-dental work at
ROBERT R. KORNBERGEB
Kornys high-school career has re-
volved around sports . . . played
haltback on varsity football squad
. guard on basketball team . .
participated in Iabberwocl-c
member of Social Dance Club .
works on farm during spare time
. . will be a farmer in Hunterdon
or sail the seas for Uncle Sarn
1 CAROL s. LANGSTON
is one of our court lassies . . .
red hair . . . lover of sports
fond of skating, dancing, and
horseback riding . . . sprightly cheer-
leader . . . three year member of
girls' basketball quintet . . . melodic
beautician after graduation.
, after training at Muni-enlzurg Hos-
E. TUNE LAWSON
lune is a blue-eyed blonde all of
five feet eight inches tall . mem-
ber oi Athletic Association . be-
lO..Q6d to Typrng and Car-e. Clubs
during sophomore year likes to
debate, especially in history class
always neat and smartly dressed
ambnion--.u Let wif a se
pital in Plainfield
singer in Glee Club . . will em-
bark upon the profession ot a
Pete w s transferred from Hacketts-
t ' in April, 1953, and has
r ved to be an active senior . , .
active Key Club member , . . Stu-
dent Council representative .
chairman of driving and parking
committee . . . pastimes-hunting,
swimming, and all other sports , . .
A tall, blonde,
gives her time
to hear popular
like a fish . . .
senior play ads
of Typing and
helpful person who
willingly . . . likes
music . . . can swim
chairwoman for th
. . . active member
Knitting Clubs in
Nfuture Rutgers' man specializing in
Of Typing and Knitting Club '
iunior year . . . plans a nursing
career at University of Pennsylvania
SUSAN R. MACAULEY
Sue is always found in or around
the music room . . . pleasing pers
sonality and kindly temperament
. . . plays clarinet in band . , ,
striking as "Miss Audubon" in junior
ploy and as "Iune Bromsley" in
senior play . . . Glee Club and
All State Chorus , A . business man-
ager of Regis . , . will be a music
teacher after graduation from Mt,
IUDITH A. MGCFADYEN
ludy has a rather effervescing
course of activities at Regional . . .
favors collegiate garb . . , captain
of cheerleaders . , , super reporter
the News staff . . , dependable
and resourceful art editor of Regis
bf. . participated in and enjoyed
all girls' sports , . . alto in Glee
Club . , . going to be cute-clad coed,
IOAN C. LINDABURY
Ioanie is well acquainted with the
world of Sharps and flats . . ,
melodious soprano in Glee Club
and All State Chorus . , . typical
schoolgirl in junior play , .
"Ruthie," a flightly, poor girl seek-
ing a rich busband in senior play
, . . Student Council representative
of homeroom B , , , could become
a snappy music teacher but is un-
Gloria is alw in .f
of mi . ne of th h , de-
pen wor ers of th cass . , .
a s carr' avy ad on her
shoulders ing on diferent com-
mite . . . soprano for t Chor
ai . . . member of r y lub
. . autographs for t gis . . .
LOUIS A. MANTROM
Lou has been in Regional since
November, 1951 , . . the youngest
senior . . . blonde hair and blue
eyes . , , conscientious student . . 2
Student Council member and Na-
tional Honor Society President in
junior year . , . president of the
senior class , , . portrayed devilish
"Pilone" in Senior play , . , enthu-
siast cf sports . ', . ambition4
will soon be a brig addition to a
Emi 's the funny guy who always
c riac in
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Pearl is a peppy one and likes to
enjoy herself . . , has a good time
dancing or listening to 'hillbilly
music . . , is accomplished as an
accordionist . . , gets pleasure out
of singinglwith the Regionettes . , .
astic member of the Twirling
likes to "cut up" when
she can get away with it . . . will
MARY I. MCGOWAN
Ah, the witty one! Mary is noted for
her happy-go-lucky spirit , . .
showed versatile acting ability in
junior play as "Rhonda" and in
senior play as the Irish maid,
"Diana '.., belonged to Twirling,
Group Games, and Dramatics Clubs
. . . on photography staff of Regis
, . , has private secretarial ombi-
GEORGE B. MELICK
George is a tall l ck ' 'c
ior o alw ys joy 1 sell
n o y foo
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ketb oach in ' r' pjgy Z
will attend an agricultural
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5 SHIBIEY MiSSNER
Shirleytqisfla warm hearted, piihf
girl . l , quiet bln Willing to hel
out with the class . top-notch
saleslady of Regi8'nal jackets , . .
served on the ticket committee for
dance . . . sophomore activities iri-
cluded Armchair Travelers and Li-
brary Clubs . . , enjoys writing to
pen pals in England . . . will make
some business man an excellent
5 i ! , . club
rep rter f A ..,. member
ers and Motor Mechanics
s all s s , , bas-
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NANCY C. NELSON
Nancy is one of the cutest lil gals
in our class . , . photography staff
of Regis . . . served on the labber-
wock planning committee , . . be-
longed to the pep band and the
dance band . . . member of the
Choralaires . . . student council
representative in her junior year I
. . . ambition-to become a beau-
rnemb 6 qdif Archery
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SHIRLEY H. OAKES
Shirley is known to all as a jolly
and ncnchalant gal who is always
in a good mood and ready to have
lun , V llcut Q rug" in Social Danc-
ing Club . has been loads of help
with . 32: in the Club . .
hankil try DGQ9 fOr
Regiij a book-
keep r lb
on several committees . A . made
Iicjgn- Eileens actiif igyishow they
been Tunciio L
varsit am in h r senior ,'
E ALLEN PAYNE
Crick is a very lively person w o
is always seen walking rapidlyf
tne halls , , was a memb r
W fp l
Pat is a quiet, well-mannered girl
who is known for her sweet smile
. . . clicked her knitting needles
while in the Knitting Club . .
participated in class activities by
serving on dance committees . . .
also member of Government Club
and Twirling Club . . , an avid
Dodger ian . , . wedding bells will
ring before too long.
and is r t
player o loin the Air
lohn is a
senior . .
y Club . .
. 'la ok sot Q Yar 'lyftoolbbll team
. . . o Hit
Wrestlirg and Gymnastic Clubs , 1
likes mo ey, cars, girls fwhat ese ' '
is 'liere7l . Bachelor Club lniernxxxl
er e'i1oys dancing . . mem-.V
ber of the Social Dancing lub . ,A
will attend Rutgers to learn 'how tb
ay iuries X t , X
of the Regis
in the senior
play , enjoys hunting, ti ng,
. wil . a motor me ign-
J Xl K L I
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if DJ' fi' c. ALICE 111.6 N J'
X U licle lip friendl no at ow
,V lf' . ,X l omy th migh, . . . al-
! ! 5 V 'N ays e s content and seldom
I - ins . , great asset to the
f f e a . . . belonged to the
ou ' Club as a sopho
1 , . . . played fo th of team
harm n g with fel-
. . . will teach
English after studying
J io , . - -' d good-
1 ua . . tall, hard
enn came if ds
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rl f , , fr
:I ed , i I
orkin enior . . vigorous r pre-
h bbies ntmg
M e c ' ' of
' ' as . ' '
shin . . . lo ' 7 Fords,
askhilhl and ot sports
ADEI. I. ROGERS
Adel is probably happiest while
she is at Broadway skating . , .
a tease among the girls . . . indi-
vidualist . . . helper on many decora-
tion committees for various events
. . . sophomore and junior member
of Glee Club . , , cut fancy figures
with skates in Iabberwock . . . will
be a social co-ed majoring in social
E. IOAN ROSELY
A quiet, well-mannered girl , .
played the'part of Orpha in "Down
to Earth' '.., solicited patrons for
Regis . , , a member of the
Craft Club . , , likes to cook
lgnd sew . , . represented New ler-
se .at the lllatio al 4-H Club Camp
. . . a mem of the labberwock
1 lanning co ittee . . . will study
f1U1'Sirlg ar e University of Penna.
Dick is known here at Regional as
everybody's friend . . . president of
the Student Council . . . secretary of
the Key Club , . . right end in foot-
ball, also a great asset to the var-
sity basketball team . , . never
picks the right question in English
. . . member of the Honor Council
. . . plans to attend Cornell after
high school graduation.
ELMER H. RUSH
Elmer is a carefree and good-natured
lad with a pleasing personality . . .
has bushy, oh-so-wavy hair . . .
member of the F. F. A .... sings
bass in the Male Glee Club , .
likes all sports, especially basket!
ball . . . enjoys square dancing , . .
member of the Mechanics Club
will attend a trade school and fur-
ther his knowledge of mechanics.
RUTH I. ROUNSAVILLE
Ruth is always extremely quiet in
her way and completely nonchalant
. . . easy to become acquainted
with . . , ardent member of the Baby
Sitters and Knitting Club . , . en-
thusiastic baton wielder of the
Twirling Club . . , dextrous typist for
Newstaff . . , will become a petite
capable first-class secretary.
WILLIAM B. RUNYON
Bill occupies most of his time with
hunting, fishing, or trapping . . .
friendly with everyone . . . easy
going . . . energetic representative
of the Athletic Association . . . hard
worker on activities staff of Regis
. . . nimrod in Rod and Gun Club
, . , future aim-wild-life conserva-
tion . , , may have to be satisfied
Anna is a friendly redhead who is
very capable , . . chief typist for
the Regis , . , member of. the Baby
Ellen is a friendly senior with cute
dimples . . , who's who 'editor for
the Regis . . , a head banker for
Regional . . . a member of the Glee
Club and History Club . . . Knitting
and Phonograph Clubs in' sopho-
more year . likes to swim and
play baseball . . . plans to be Q
secretary after graduation,
Sitters, Knitting and Twirling Clubs
. . types the jazzy editorials for
the Newstaff , . . Library Council
member . . . enyoys swimming, pop-
ular music, and creepy movies , , .
hopes to become someones very
FRANK G. SCHMAUSER
Frank is the proud possessor of an
impassive and unruffled personality
. . . an atomic explosion wouldn't
faze him . , , member of F. F. A.
. . . one of the projection clubs
expert operators and its chief in-
structor . . , enjoys all sports . . .
dotes on square dancing and driv'
ing souped up hot rods . . . hopes
to own best farm in the county
IOANNE M. SCHUBERT
Joanne is quiet but not too shy . . .
proved to be an efficient clerk for
the Honor Council . . . counted many
a dollar as head banker . . . partici-
pated in the Phonograph and Knit-
ting Clubs in her sophomore year
. . . member of the History Club
. , . one of the junior play cast . . .
will some day have a desk near
the big boss,
DWANNE B. SCHUYLER
Dwanne is almost identical to her
sister Donna and they are insepar-
able , . , an excellent helper to the
class . , . a three-year Glee Clubber
. , light on her toes in Social Dance
Club . . . showed fine sportsmanship
on girls' softball team . . , creditable
co-chairman of Regional jackets . , .
yearns to get a job or obtain a dia-
mond after graduation.
IEAN A. SEAMAN
Iean is a cute and pert little gal
with a warm, friendly smile to match
. . . always ready to hand Out C1
big heart-warming uf-lello' ',.. en-
joyed Typing Club , . . a peppy
soprano for the Regionettes . . .
artistic member of Crafts Club . . .
will receive nurses training at Press
byterian Hospital in Newark.
DONNA E. SCHUYLER
Donna always contributes to make
any event a success . . . mild tem-
pered . . . seHorita type . . , soprano
in Regionettes . , . band committee
woman for senior play , . . terrific
as co-chairman of jacket committee
. . . lively stepper in Social Dance
Club . . . peppy hockey player dur-
ing sophomore and junior years . . .
hOPes to have a double wedding
with her sister.
MICHAEL T. TAKACS
Mike is a quiet one, but still waters
run deep . . . member of North
Hunterdon Hi-Y . . . has a keen
hunting . . , likes base-
Nball, basketball and wrestling . . .
a member of the Mechanics Club
. . . on the advertising committee
for the senior play . . . a hot rod
devotee . , , plans to be a mechani
or repair tanks for his sergeant.
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fi ff P
alph 's o - a r ior
has hi id aboubg '
. ' salls' ,1fspe' yi.
s b l as '
o a rsemerecy ad...
' ..use ' ay'...
ning Mn fa rite pas-
i s r l
lg esh ent co e for senior
dance . . , wa ts to be a county
agent . . . will study at Rutgers
IOSEPH W. SUTTON
A quiet, helpful individual who likes
to take things easy . . . a rabid
basketball and baseball fan . , ,
f member of the F. F. A .... likes
to hunt with either gun or bow . . .
gym class is his favorite class . . .
works on a farm after school . . .
drives his own jazzy hot rod . . . a
future plumber's helper or will
plunge into the Marines.
WILLIAM E. THOMPSON
Bill is a very active person in or
out of-school . . , was a member of
the Student Council for two years
. . . played a rugged halfback posi-
tion on varsity football team in '53
IV. and varsity basketball . , .
likes to drive around in his Ford
plans to go to college and then
married to a college cutie.
IOHN G. TRANSUE ,
lohn eats, sleeps, and lives
. . , center on All County
team in '52 . . . assistant
coach in '53 . , , catcher on varsity
baseball team , , . member of
Ushers and Mechanics Clubs . , .
drives a yellow and red Ford con-
vertible , . . likes to hunt and fish
. . . plans to be a professional
baseball player or an athletic record
a red southern belle !
ina . . . worked on
commit for all' sorts o' things P
ber of News staff cmd literary
t for Regis . sang alto for the
Regionettes did a bang-up job
as Marge in the junior play . , .
will make a tip top nurse after train-
ing 1n Wilmington.
ELEANOH I. WINKLER
or is as smart as she is pretty
. representative of the Student
Council . . . enjoys music with fel-
low Regionettes . . .-played the part
in the junior play . . .
had a job "feeding those
lines" during senior play' rehearsals
. . . has high hopes of becoming a
Wal is a ll, o loo
seni , . a er o 1 s
eme e s . . lik s b -
ba and w'rest1ng . . . exce ent
bowler . . . a hot rod and motorcycle
enthusiast . . . enjoys the meetings
of the Mechanics Club . . , co-chair-
man of the advertising committee
for the senior play . . . will build a
better mouse trap and wait for a
path to be beaten.
Friendliest Best Executives
C- C0229 C. Hoffman
W. Thompson Mgntrgm
-Q' ial rcgisf
Best Sportsmanship Hardest Workers
I Bromsh M DeMotte
I, Paulus: O, Lczgelbcluer
Most Iniellxgeni Best Personahty
I Fcxscwello D SchuW
E B1dEWC11 C Huff
Lxkely to Succeed
Most Dependable Best All Around
A Pldswcnskl E SUYHOQ1
R Rte House H Backer
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Give em that powder puff block, mrls. jg..
Gosh, all thxs for cx dxme.
'No more of THAT stuff, please."
Thats your posltxon there
"Why doesn't somebody cover him with tinsel?
Dont staple mt to the floor.
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Now all we have to do IS wm.
BACK ROW. left to right: L. Storr. R. Reed. W.
Plenge, R. Burd, R. Hickey. W. Kelting. R. O'Rourke,
P. Lanka. G. Woidat. I. Tharp, K. Braun, I. Gulick.
W. Conley. G. Cook. C. Hall. H. Freeland. FIFTH
ROW: I. Eberle. E. Seaman. D. Crane, I. Papp. P.
Crowl. M. Lea. B. Brannon. S. Oleniacz. P. Mitchell.
S. Kocsis, I. Panny, W. Wetzel, F. Smith. R. Keggan.
C. Osmun, L. Bowers. FOURTH ROW: L. Fulper. W.
Wilson, I. Sullivan. W. Apgar. W. Spann. F. Buch,
L Lucas, E- BTCWHI M. Green. R. Angell. F. Cowell.
W. Oakes. I. Nelson. I. DeCleene. C. Bischott. W.
Hoffman. H. Patton, B. Hockenbury. THIRD ROW:
S. Kuhne, A. Gratt, C. Beavers. D. Miller. I. Smith,
D. Iacobs. V. MacDonald, I. Dunn. E. Sneider. D.
Hackett. E. Leonard, S. Crouse. S. Beavers, I. Drig-
gers. I.. Bloemeke, S. Wolverton. B. Bird. SECOND
ROW: I. Erickson, A. Komarek. I. Farrington. 1.
Lawton. M. Headley. F. McCreary. B. Van Sycle.
M. Thompson. V. Bates, R. Dcnnely. V. Likus. G.
Davis. G. Tramutola. A. Scheidner, B. McCollum. P.
Hartung. C. Maynard. E. Apgar. B. Stevenson. I.
Cieslinski. FIRST ROW: E. Kopp. H. Prostak. C.
Sloan, K. Schaadt. E. Suydam. I. Riddle, D. Cepka,
E. Lent. S. Messinger, H. Hall. A. Shannon. S. Con-
over. I. Litzenberger. E. Coughlin. N. Butler. A.
Schmauser. N. Sammis. S. Apgar. I. MacFadyen. M.
One of the potent forces in the growth of our school is
the Alumni Association. As its membership increases with
each graduating class, new members will tell of progressive
developments in our school. Thus, new links of strength
between past and future are forged. It must be gratifying to
any school to realize that the experiences it has offered have
proven valuable enough to keep the students interested in
the school even after graduation.
Left to right: N. Lotito, Recording Secretary:
G. Lambert. President: W. Kelting. Vice-Presi-
dent: W. Staudinger, Treasurer. Missing from
picture: E. Rudzinski. Corresponding Secre-
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Monroe F De Mott
I I Fasanello
Iohn H Hockenbury
Floyd R Hofirnan
I C Huff
H I Huntenburg
Fred W Kary
R Peer Macauley
L E MacFadyen
Lou1s A Mantrom
Charles M. McElroy
Iohn F McGowan
George B Mehck
Mrs Fred M1ller
Mrs Elma O Dell
Alex Plushanslu Sr
Wxlham O R1ttenhouse
G Chlford Rush
George W Schuyler
W F Thompson
Walter D W1tte
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